'SNL' says goodbye to Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson

"Saturday Night Live" closed out its 47th season by saying goodbye to two of its most beloved cast members.

On Saturday night's episode, the NBC variety show bid adieu to Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson in subtle, but emotional ways.

Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney will also leave the cast after the episode hosted by Natasha Lyonne.

This led to a very poignant moment for McKinnon who stood on the makeshift spaceship and allowed her character and herself to say goodbye.

She then said the show's signature catch phrase, "Live... from New York. It's Saturday night!" This was followed by thunderous applause for McKinnon.

The 28-year-old Davidson joined the cast in 2014 and has appeared in eight seasons.

His comic commentaries as himself on "Weekend Update" were often his most viral bits.

He was as well-known for his life offscreen — dating Ariana Grande and current girlfriend Kim Kardashian.